IJGA alum Stephanie Meadow featured in Global Golf Post

“If I’d not lost out by that one shot, I might not have worked as hard as I did this winter. I look on it as a kind of driving force.”

Photo from Independent.ie Sport News

Photo from Independent.ie Sport News

Looking back at her experience at Q-School at the end of 2014, IJGA alum Stephanie Meadow pulled the silver lining. The January 26, 2015 edition of Global Golf Post featured Meadow in a piece on the life lessons provided by the game she loves.

The 23-year-old, who wrapped up her college golf career at the University of Alabama in May, had an action-packed opening to her professional career including a third-place finish at the U.S. Open in June of 2014 and a second third-place finish at the Ladies European Masters. The unfortunate heartbreak of missing out on a full LPGA card was no match for Meadows’ positivity, though.

According to the post, Meadow’s impressive beginning to her professional career suggests a “glittering future.”

Meadow was also featured in the New York Times in December as she attempted to become the first woman from Northern Ireland to play on the LPGA Tour.

To read the full article, click here.

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